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Lumia 925 on pre-order enters into Vodafone Germany’s top selling phones list!!



Lumia 925 which is on pre-order at Vodafone Germany has now made it to the top-selling phones list at the carrier. This is the Vodafone exclusive 32 GB version of Lumia 925. The pre-order page mentions availability from beginning of June. Good news is that Lumia 920 is still on this top devices list, so may be both the predecessor and successor can co-exist happily after all.


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  • Joe

    LOL. You can Sort the “Bestseller List” bei Price. 😉

    Vodafone UK have a Bestseller List ! Vodafone Germany NOT!

    • LOL!! This is what it reads at the botom of the page,

      Our best selling phones at a glance

      Here you’ll find our top phone packages at a glance. Simply select your desired mobile phone from a wide selection of current cell phones & smartphones.


  • Joe


    Vodafone Germany published no top selling list on the Website. Only “Top Offers”.

    • Scroll to the bottom of the page and read for yourself :P.

    • Niksu

      That’s the translation Google offers. German is a Germanic language, thus a little bit different from English (both are Indo-European, though). “Offer” translates roughly to “item for sale”. The German, and Nordic law says that a binding contract “comes into existence” legally, when a person (or company) _answers_ to an “offer” unconditionally. To buy something is a basic version of a contract.

      Just some cultural differences in what words people use in their everyday language.